Many people have said to me in the past month, "I'm going to buy a home." Or, "What do you think of the idea of me buying a home?"
The price of crude oil hit its lowest level in 6½ years Friday amid concerns over a slowing economy in China, a huge energy consumer, and strong global production.
Asset price inflation, a disease whose source always lies in monetary disorder, is not a new affliction. It was virtually inevitable that the present wild experimentation by the Federal Reserve -- joined by the Bank of Japan and ECB -- would produc
Jim discusses the rapid drying of the Treasury bond liquidity market, the introduction of a new U.S. currency very soon, the BRICS challenge to the London-New York financial power base, criminal activity in financial markets, the global re-set of the
The business of betting on other peoples' lawsuits is heating up. I had lunch recently with 30 Under 30 honoree Jay Greenberg and his partner Max Volsky of LexShares, a legal-funding platform they launched last November.
Peter Schiff Says Impending U.S. Dollar Collapse should be Getting Attention, not China's Devaluation
The contrarian investor stated that China's economy isn't experiencing a freefall and the current devaluation is minuscule. He noted that the yuan's value has substantially increased over the past several years compared to the U.S. dollar.
Free Market Consumers Are Finally Shaking The Cable Monopolies---887,000 Customers Have "Cut the Chord" YTD
So long to Ritzy and farewell to Cinderella Rockafella – the long tradition of the great British nightclub appears to be on the way out.
Do you remember when real reporters existed? Those were the days before the Clinton regime concentrated the media into a few hands and turned the media into a Ministry of Propaganda, a tool of Big Brother. The false reality in which Americans live ex
I sure am glad there's no inflation, because these "stable prices" the Federal Reserve keeps jaw-jacking about are putting us in a world of hurt.
Trainwreck? Rail traffic fell in July from a year ago as WSJ reports an increase in container volumes couldn't offset a steep decline in oil and coal shipments according to the Association of American Railroads.
Gerald Celente of the Trends Research Institute has just gone on the record with a prediction that there will be a stock market crash by the end of this calendar year.
Do you remember when real reporters existed?
For the last three weeks, gold has experienced something that has never happened before - hedge funds aggregate net position has been short for the first time in history.
U.S. stock indexes positioned for a mild Monday bounce but did little to shake Wall Street from its cautious posture.
I've frequently noted that Hindenburg "Omens" in their commonly presented form (NYSE new highs and new lows both greater than 2.5% of issues traded) appear so frequently that they have very little practical use, especially when they occur as si
Democratic candidates for President like Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have spoken out forcefully against Uber
Stock market crash will be of historical magnitude.
Yet another voice has warned that the world teeters dangerously close to a repeated and prolonged financial disaster.
When borrowing become prohibitive (or impossible) and raising taxes no longer generates more revenues, state and local governments will have to cut expenditures.
. Having hovered around the $43/$44 level all morning, new from Baker Hughes that the oil rig count in the US rose 6 to 670 (its highest in over 3 months) has sent it back down to a $43 handle...
Will there be a financial collapse in the United States before the end of 2015? An increasing number of respected financial experts are now warning that we are right on the verge of another great economic crisis.
David Stockman has long warned that the stock market is on the verge of a massive collapse, and the recent price action has him even more convinced than ever that the bottom is about to fall out.
In the 1993 movie Jurassic Park, a mathematician played by Jeff Goldblum says, If there is one thing the history of evolution has taught us, it's that life will not be contained.
The number of people not in the labor force reached another record high in July, according to new jobs data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
We don't need to keep guessing when the nation's central bank is going to raise interest rates on the nation's money supply and by how much.
The word on Wall Street is that commodity prices are down on rising expectations that the Federal Reserve will boost interest rates by year's end. Therefore, since commodities are traded in US dollars, it will become more expensive for other countr
Financial markets help a country's economy by, among other things, providing price discovery. The share prices established by buyers and sellers give everyone else important information on the value of listed companies. Yet the information loses its
We're watching three things in a desultory kind of way U.S. stocks, Chinese stocks, and gold. None moved significantly yesterday.